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    All Chester County Intermediate Unit (CCIU) employees are ambassadors for the CCIU and should communicate a single, shared message of the IU and its purpose. While the CCIU Mission Statement is the guiding force behind the CCIU’s identity, there are other less formal statements that describe the IU. These descriptions should be included, as appropriate, in all formal communications and publications.

    CCIU tag line

    This briefly explains who we are. Use it when space/time is extremely limited, and in conjunction with the CCIU logo.

    An educational service agency

     

    CCIU short, one-sentence description

    This briefly explains who we are and what we do. Use when space/time is limited.

    The Chester County Intermediate Unit is an educational service agency that exists to provide quality, cost-effective services to the community and its residents.

     

    CCIU brief description

    This briefly explains who we are, what we do and how we do it. Use when space/time permits.

    The Chester County Intermediate Unit is an educational service agency that exists to provide quality, cost-effective services to the community and its residents through partnerships with local school districts, institutions of higher education, government agencies and community agencies.

     

    CCIU boilerplate

    This expands on who we are, what we do, how we do it, and the value our services provide. Use as a closing to all press releases and when space/time permits.

    The Chester County Intermediate Unit is an educational service agency that exists to provide quality, cost-effective services to the community and its residents. The Chester County Intermediate Unit administers instructional, enrichment and administrative programs and services to Chester County’s 12 public school districts and to over 45 private and parochial schools in the county. These programs include instructional, remedial and enrichment services for regular and special education students. Other IU services support teachers, school administrators and school directors. The diversity of CCIU programs enable IU staff to interact with school district personnel at all levels and to maintain a cohesive educational network throughout Chester County.


    Boilerplates also exist for the Technical College High School (TCHS) and the Practical Nursing Program (PNP).

    TCHS boilerplate

    About the Technical College High School: The Technical College High (TCHS) is a public career and technical education high school operated by the Chester County Intermediate Unit. The student-centered approach at TCHS offers students a relevant career-focused education that allows them to develop their interests and aptitudes into futures. Hands-on career exploration using state-of-the-art methods and technology is guided by highly qualified instructors with years of industry experience. Students connect at TCHS, building community and opportunity in relationships with instructors, administrators, colleges and industry partners in STEM fields, the arts and skilled trades. Interested students can learn more and apply online at www.technicalcollegehighschool.org.

     

    About TCHS Brandywine Campus:

    The Technical College High (TCHS) Brandywine Campus is a public career and technical education high school operated by the Chester County Intermediate Unit. The student-centered approach at TCHS offers students a relevant career-focused education that allows them to develop their interests and aptitudes into futures. Hands-on career exploration using state-of-the-art methods and technology is guided by highly qualified instructors with years of industry experience. Students connect at TCHS, building community and opportunity in relationships with instructors, administrators, colleges and industry partners in STEM fields, the arts and skilled trades. TCHS Brandywine Campus serves students residing in the Coatesville Area, Downingtown Area, and West Chester Area school districts. Interested students can learn more and apply online at www.tchsbrandywine.org.

     

    About TCHS Pennock’s Bridge Campus

    The Technical College High (TCHS) Pennock’s Bridge Campus is a public career and technical education high school operated by the Chester County Intermediate Unit. The student-centered approach at TCHS offers students a relevant career-focused education that allows them to develop their interests and aptitudes into futures. Hands-on career exploration using state-of-the-art methods and technology is guided by highly qualified instructors with years of industry experience. Students connect at TCHS, building community and opportunity in relationships with instructors, administrators, colleges and industry partners in STEM fields, the arts and skilled trades. TCHS Pennock’s Bridge Campus serves students residing in Avon Grove, Kennett Consolidated, Octorara Area, Oxford Area and Unionville-Chadds Ford school districts. Interested students can learn more and apply online at www.tchspennocks.org.

     

    About TCHS Pickering Campus

    The Technical College High (TCHS) Pickering Campus is a public career and technical education high school operated by the Chester County Intermediate Unit. The student-centered approach at TCHS offers students a relevant career-focused education that allows them to develop their interests and aptitudes into futures. Hands-on career exploration using state-of-the-art methods and technology is guided by highly qualified instructors with years of industry experience. Students connect at TCHS, building community and opportunity in relationships with instructors, administrators, colleges and industry partners in STEM fields, the arts and skilled trades. TCHS Pickering Campus serves students residing in Great Valley, Owen J. Roberts, Phoenixville Area and Tredyffrin-Easttown school districts. Interested students can learn more and apply online at www.tchspickering.org.

     

    PNP boilerplate

    About Chester County Intermediate Unit Practical Nursing Program

    The Chester County Intermediate Unit Practical Nursing Program (PNP) is a fully accredited post-secondary program that prepares students to pass the NCLEX-PN, providing fast entry into the nursing profession and opportunity for future growth and education. PNP is focused on the individual, offering flexible full and part-time scheduling for small classes taught by experienced nurses. Over 700 hours of hands-on experience in clinical rotations prepare students for a wide variety of positions in a high-demand profession. To learn more, visit www.chestercountynursing.org or call 484-593-5950.


    When writing about the CCIU and its schools and programs, please be cognizant of associated Legal requirements.